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Poem: " For we knew not what we know now...."

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Shall I compare you to a fresh fruit that never spoils

And never decay nor ever boil?

To feed the hungry and bring shivers of memory?

To stay pure and chaste until marriage eternity?

A garden spring of jasmine, and innocent memories

A river of freshness, the first love I have seen

A sun to give light with your tender heart

But burning compassion, and playful darts

The shouts and cries of playful teasing

Which made me mad but now that I’m sad, make you pleasing, since I started leaving

My heart was stone and my words were few, but you taught love, and purity, too

Purity as white as the purest light,

For we were but children and had no sight

And knew not of what we know now

 

My radiant rose who I have chose

I am the moon, and you are my Earth

You are the sun, that I haven’t chose

But destiny did as warm from the hearth

In wintertime, invincible

As a man needs food to be sensible

You are my queen, and I’d be yours for life

Away from the homeland where there now is strife

 I’d protect you and serve you and love you and play with you

And keep you away from the land that would harm you

Despite the gentleness therefrom that lies

For I knew not what I know now

 

I want nothing but cuddles and kisses from you,

Except whispers of secrets and delicate coos

For if you gave me your kisses I’d give you mine, too…..

And I’d give you my life

For I knew not what I know now

 

You were my first and I hope to make you my last

To be like garments for you, and you for me

For we knew not what we know now

For we know not what we know now

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3 hours ago, Sinan said:

Shall I compare you to a fresh fruit that never spoils

And never decay nor ever boil?

To feed the hungry and bring shivers of memory?

To stay pure and chaste until marriage eternity?

A garden spring of jasmine, and innocent memories

A river of freshness, the first love I have seen

A sun to give light with your tender heart

But burning compassion, and playful darts

The shouts and cries of playful teasing

Which made me mad but now that I’m sad, make you pleasing, since I started leaving

My heart was stone and my words were few, but you taught love, and purity, too

Purity as white as the purest light,

For we were but children and had no sight

And knew not of what we know now

 

My radiant rose who I have chose

I am the moon, and you are my Earth

You are the sun, that I haven’t chose

But destiny did as warm from the hearth

In wintertime, invincible

As a man needs food to be sensible

You are my queen, and I’d be yours for life

Away from the homeland where there now is strife

 I’d protect you and serve you and love you and play with you

And keep you away from the land that would harm you

Despite the gentleness therefrom that lies

For I knew not what I know now

 

I want nothing but cuddles and kisses from you,

Except whispers of secrets and delicate coos

For if you gave me your kisses I’d give you mine, too…..

And I’d give you my life

For I knew not what I know now

 

You were my first and I hope to make you my last

To be like garments for you, and you for me

For we knew not what we know now

For we know not what we know now

Nice poem brother! 

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